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How to pass single sign on node

Last post: Monday, April 11, 2016 7:23 PM by Support, 1 reply

 
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 9:46 AM - Donhoff Hausenstein

How to pass single sign on node

 
Hi,

In my college, we have a Single-Sign-On node. If we want to login into a server, we must first pass this node.

For example, if we want to log into the server A using XShell, we have to first login to the SSO node using ssh protocal and my authentication key file. After I login to the SSO node, I shoud type the IP address of server A on the SSO node and return(You can see my attachment for the login senario). The SSO node will transfer me to server A using the account that I log into the SSO node.

Now I want to transfer files between the servers and my personal PC. Is it possible for me to make some configuration in Xftp so that I can also use Xftp to login into the SSO node and jump to the server I want to transfer files ?

Many thanks!

Program Ver. : Xftp 5
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Monday, April 11, 2016 7:23 PM - Support

Re: How to pass single sign on node

 
Xftp does not support this feature. You may use SSH tunneling if your connection continues to utilize the SSH protocol from your personal pc to the target servers. Let me know if this works.

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